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Grateful Dead Live at Freedom Hall on 1989-04-09




Set 1

Hell In A Bucket ->
Sugaree
Walkin' Blues
It Must Have Been The Roses
Me And My Uncle ->
Big River
Ramble On Rose
Desolation Row
Foolish Heart

Set 2

Louie Louie
Man Smart (Woman Smarter)
Ship Of Fools
Estimated Prophet ->
Uncle John's Band ->
Jam ->
Drums ->
Space ->
The Other One ->
Stella Blue ->
Sugar Magnolia

Encore
Knockin' On Heaven's Door


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Venue Freedom Hall
Location Louisville, KY

Source aud > Nak 300 shotguns > WMD-6 > mac
Lineage mac > AIWA HX PRO AD-F410 > Creative Extigy > Wavelab > wav > flac; transfered at 24/48, downsampled to 16/44.1 and dithered with iZotope Ozone
Taped by John Bleich
Transferred by SirMick

Notes

Many thanks to John for lending me his tapes.


transferred, edited and mastered
SIRMick
April 2007

Reviews

Reviewer: DaneBramage - - June 22, 2011
Subject: Run for the Roses
Three weeks before the Kentucky Derby. The "Run for the Roses" Grateful Dead in town to play most every song that pertained to Roses, or even might sound like Rose (Desolation Row). Maybe it is just me, but you can actually hear when this show kicks into gear....during Brent's second round of soloing during Walkin' Blues. After that point, it's ON!!!! Something happened, and it doesn't necessarily require chemicals to perceive...According to jboyaquar (or Brother Superior) in a previous review, the Kentucky people are "tools", apparantly called that because someone cheers after Jerry mentions NYC in Ramble on Rose...I don't know, maybe somebody there was FROM NYC? Brother Superior also couldn't understand why they would play Louie, Louie....perhaps because they were in LOUIE-VILLE? It was immediately apparent to all of us dumb Kentuckians. I wonder if Ky natives such as Hunter S. Thompson or, who is that guy, um, Owsley, would appreciate his ignorant generalization...Anyway, back to the show. Just a fantastic batch of red hearts & flowers in this basket! From the pre-show parking lot festivities to the walk out, this one was special.
Reviewer: JRogers71 - - January 25, 2011
Subject: YEAH!
This is so great. The arrangements and the chemistry is as good as it gets. Foolish heart sounds fresh and I like the slightly different wording Jer uses in some of the verses. Louie Louie sounds good, I think the first time of heard a recording of it, never caught it live. I loved the sax sound that I'm assuming Brent employed for a solo. Love hearing these guys getting down with the MIDI sounds. They were on this night ! Thanks for making this available.
Reviewer: Jeff Knorek from Nova Scotia - - February 21, 2010
Subject: sounds great!
This is an excellent AUD recording of a strong show. If you like the Spring '89 tour, then this show is a must-have.
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